Portraits (523 Subjects)
Portrait of Papaflessas.
Frontispiece. Portrait of Jacob Spon.
Portrait of Ali Pasha of Ioannina.
Frontispiece to the third volume of the edition. The Prince heir to the Ottoman throne. Haseki Sultan, mother of the Prince heir and first sultana in the imperial harem's hierarchy.
The Ottoman Sultan and the Great Vizier.
A musician and a woman dancer of the Harem. The lady responsible for keeping order in the Harem.
Kizlar Aga, head of the black eunuchs of the imperial Harem. Odalisk of the imperial Harem.
Kapi Aga, the head of the white eunuchs of the imperial Harem.
İçoğlan, servant in the imperial Palace. The officer in charge of guarding and carrying the Sutlan's riding stool.
An İçoğlan, servant in the imperial Palace, during a writing lesson, with his teacher.
The Turban bearer - Official responsible for the guarding of the Sultan's turbans (Dulbendar Aga). The sword bearer to the Sultan (Silahdar Aga).
İçoğlan Aga, responsible for the Devsirme children who became servants in the Imperial palace. Tascireci Bashi, secretary to the Sultan.
Musician of the Imperial Palace. Confectioner of the Sultan's court (Halvaci).
Turkish male and female dancers.
Kapıcıbaşı, head of ceremonies in the Sultan's palace.
Frontispiece to the fourth volume of the edition. Mamluk rider.
The Grand Vizier riding a horse.
A servant and an escort to the Grand Vizier.
A Spahi, member of the Ottoman cavalry corps. A Deli, member of the light cavalry.
The Minister of the Exterior (Reis Efendi). A Dragoman of the imperial palace.
The Chavush Bashi, head of the ushers of the Imperial palace. An usher of the Imperial palace.
Ast-chi, a cook. Ast-chi bashi, head cook of the Janissary corps.
Lower-ranking officers carry the pot containing the Janissaries' meal. A Kasik-dar or Çorpaci, Captain of the Janissaries.
An officer of the Janissaries. The head of the lower-ranking officers (Bas- Chavus).
A Topchi, soldier of the artillery corps, dressed in the costume established in the late 18th century, after the Nizam-ı Cedid reform. A soldier of the Ottoman army, in similar dress.
A porter. A water seller.
A Greek and a Turkish sailor.
A Mufti reading prayers at a Sultan's sarcophagus (türbe).
The head of the Ulemas, scholars of Islamic Law and other disciplines. The Kadi, head of the judges of Istanbul (Istanbul Kadişi).
Hellenistic coins bearing portrait heads of Alexander the Great.